Tailz is a Hawaii-based rapper who's managed to touch base with the West Coast, recruiting Glasses Malone for a feature on his new record, "The Baddest".
    Our second heatseeker of the day, and last of the weekend, comes from JUSTUS in the form of the dope track "On My Own." Here's what the up and coming rapper has to say for himself:
    Today's class of Heatseekers is kicked off by HORSE, an artist hailing from Brooklyn whose track "No Worries" (featuring Khai and Naiy) has been selected today.
    Through the leadership of Dizzy Wright, Las Vegas is finally becoming something of a rap city.
    Florida is revealing itself to be quite the hotbed for experimental young rappers these days. Syn hails from Miami, and his new song, "Open The Door," features a pretty crazy beat from J.
    Don Von hails from Virginia, a region rich in rap history, hosting the likes of Pharrell, Timbaland, Missy Elliott, Clipse and Trey Songz, but over the last few years, the star production has slowed a little.
    Yung Rep is a Philly rapper who's not afraid to cover some politically-charged material. Sounding off on the 80s M.O.V.E.
    Emoney is no stranger to Heatseekers. The leader of South Florida's Triple R crew continues to build upon his hard-hitting sound, and he's back with a new record, "Yak," that's almost too turnt up for the club.
    Our latest Heatseeker is Bysen outta New Orleans who comes through with a hard-nosed track, "Day 1's." Bysen is a purveyor of that down South gangsta music, and we can tell he's been hard at work in the studio.
    Houston's Svn is our latest Heatseeker, and his new track, "Drunk," is full of astute observation throughout a carefully-planned lyrical scheme.
    One of the last songs I'm putting out from the joint mixtape with Steven King. This track is another club track produced by me, performed by Steven King and features an artist named Syn. The feature presentation is set to be released in a few weeks.
    King Keiith is a 22-year-old rapper from Decatur, GA who's already got a polished swag to his rhymes. His latest, "Know Dat," rides a wobbly g-funk bassline, but Keiith brings it back home with his syrupy Georgia drawl.
    Tobi Aji won Heatseekers two weeks ago, and we're pleased to premiere his latest track: "King of Pop." Though the track is indeed a tribute to MJ, it hardly sounds poppy, as Tobi brings hard-nosed bars followed by pain-driven singing on the hook. 
    Virginia duo OG.eniu$ are no strangers to Heatseekers. They're coming back this week with some more strong material: "Fuck It Up." These guys have developed a mean confidence early into their career.
    We heard Steven King and producer J.Reelz in last week's Heatseekers with "Juice," and now the duo is back with "Up All Night." This time, they've also brought along emcee Freddy Rojas.
    C.Myles comes to Heatseekers with "On Squad," a turnt up jam that shows C.Myles flexing his lyrical endurance. He began his career as a producer, but he's quickly polishing up his bars.  What y'all think of our latest Heatseeker? 
    Florida MC Mistuh Oakley comes to Heatseekers with "Slurrin," a hardcore Southern-style banger. Oakley goes super hard on the mic.  Let us know if you're feeling the track. 
    Ba$h is an 18-year-old rapper from Augusta, GA and he brings some serious dope-boy raps to Heatseekers. The track title: "2DopeWarlocksSLANGINthatSouthernPotion"-- all you need to know. Also on the track is Kaydoe. 
    Our latest Heatseeker is a producer from Kansas City by the name of 1Bounce.
    Johnny Lovely is an 18-year-old emcee outta Jackson, Mississippi. He's already separated himself from the pack with a wildly different rapping style and also by producing his own beats.
    By now, you probably all know Katie Got Bandz, aka Drillary Clinton, one of Chicago's leading ladies. You probably don't know M.T.G., though, our latest Heatseeker outta Chiraq, who connects with Katie for "Reckless." Ms.
    We introduced you to the exciting Miami rapper/producer duo of Steven King & J.Reelz last week with "Broken Down." They're now back with "Juice," which bangs both in the streets and in the club. 
    Zie, born Zak Bonzie, hails from the City of Norman on the outskirts of Oklahoma City. At a young age he was exposed to a diverse music scene; with influences from Chopped & Screwed all the way of Rock and Roll.
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